In the past, international criminals in the Arab world have rarely faced justice, but a landmark trial in Germany signals the legal landscape is changing.
For 20 years, Turkey has had an ambiguous relationship with the US war on terror.
The stability of the new Taliban regime will depend on the extent to which it succeeds in avoiding renewed international isolation and proxy wars in Afghanistan.
While the 2014 Yazidi genocide in Iraq brought attention to the group and spurred a US military intervention, Syrian Yazidis remain ignored.
As the Afghan peace process continues, various terrorist groups are trying to build leverage through violence on the ground.
A comprehensive end to the Libyan conflict remains distant despite recent progress.
Opening the Yarubiya crossing between Iraq and northeast Syria is a singular action that will simultaneously put pressure on Russia, Iran, the Islamic State and the Assad regime.
As Turkey, Russia and the US weigh up their options, a shaky ceasefire in Syria’s Idlib province may be about to end.